- Sheriff, Scott County named in discrimination lawsuit by deputy (9/22/18)3
- Krispy Kreme franchise owner fills in holes of rumors regarding location, employment (9/19/18)1
- Sugarfire Smoke House opens in Cape (9/20/18)
- Large crowd turns out at Cape city council meeting to contest developer (9/21/18)3
- Cape experiencing a mid-town rebirth in commercial business areas (9/22/18)3
- The show must go on: Shipyard Music Festival continues through rain (9/24/18)
- Work on splash pad, new restroom in early stages at Capaha Park (9/19/18)3
- The message to the President I would have given (9/12/18)13
- New policy seeks to make Cape streets more pedestrian, bike friendly (9/24/18)8
Vote 'yes' on Proposition A
Prop A — that is to say, Proposition A, will be coming up on Election Day, Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the polls for everyone to vote on. If you vote “yes” on Prop A, you will be voting for the freedom to work without interference from labor unions and their contractors. Prop A also says that all companies, corporations, and industries are able to come into Missouri, to employ whomever they want, and to pay a fair wage to its employees for this area. Employees will not have to have union representation, no union dues will need to be paid and employees will have the freedom to speak for themselves without going through a union rep. In Mount Vernon, Illinois, there is a large company which began in the 1970s and has had a very good management/employee representation; this, however has not stopped the unions from trying to come in to persuade its thousands of employees to switch to union representation. Each year, the employees have voted the unions down; this company is quite satisfied negotiating with present management. Closer to home, Procter & Gamble is a non-union plant and management and employees work and negotiate quite well together. Therefore, keep Missouri open to all industries and companies who want to work in a “freedom to work state.” Vote “Yes” on Proposition A.
To obtain a “Vote Yes on Prop A” yard sign, visit our office off of Silver Springs Road, Suite 600, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, Aug. 7.
Nancy Nussbaum Robinson, Cape Girardeau